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    BACK AGAIN? MySpace, the once-mighty social network turned entertainment site, is trying to stage yet another comeback with the help of Justin Timberlake, an investor.

  • Mr. Sexy Back tries to bring Myspace back

    "Who am I to say I want you back? When you were never mine to give away."

  • Myspace and FTC settle privacy dispute

    Myspace must put a new privacy program in place as part of a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.

  • Myspace settles privacy probe with FTC

    Myspace, the once-mighty social network ultimately toppled by Facebook, settled a privacy investigation by the Federal Trade Commission and agreed to submit to privacy audits over the next 20 years.

  • MTV launching broad online store for musicians

    MTV is launching a broad platform of musician Web pages in a bid to replace MySpace.

  • Possible CEOs to succeed Carol Bartz at Yahoo

    The search has now begun for a person willing to lead one of the world's most popular Internet properties, Yahoo Inc., whose problems have deepened under its three previous leaders.

  • Talent show mulled for Timberlake's MySpace

    Justin Timberlake's longtime manager Johnny Wright said Friday that a talent show or some other way of developing new artists will be core to the revamp of Myspace.

  • News Corp sells MySpace for $35M mostly in stock

    News Corp. has sold struggling social networking site MySpace for $35 million, mostly in stock, according to a person familiar with the matter. The deal values MySpace at a fraction of what News Corp. paid for the site six years ago, and paves the way for large scale layoffs and an uncertain future.

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  • Justin Timberlake part of group buying MySpace

    Justin Timberlake apparently wasn't satisfied with just playing a social media impresario in the movies, so now he's becoming one in real life.

  • News Corp. to sell MySpace this week

    News Corp. is aiming to sell struggling social network site MySpace this week after three years of massive losses, according to a person familiar with the matter. The move will likely result in the layoff of more than half of the site's remaining 500 workers.

  • AP Source: News Corp. to sell MySpace this week

    News Corp. is aiming to sell struggling social network site MySpace this week after three years of massive losses, according to a person familiar with the matter. The move will likely result in the layoff of more than half of the site's remaining 500 workers.

  • News Corp. to sell MySpace; layoffs likely

    News Corp. is aiming to sell struggling social network site MySpace this week after three years of massive losses, according to a person familiar with the matter. The move will likely result in the layoff of more than half of the site's remaining 500 workers.

  • Pa. teens can't be suspended for MySpace parodies

    Two Pennsylvania teens cannot be disciplined at school for MySpace parodies of their principals created on home computers, a federal appeals court ruled Monday in a high-profile case involving students and free speech.

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